Despite a release of better than expected US purchase orders data the currency rate did not manage to bypass the 55-hour SMA and soared in the opposite direction. The main drivers that pushed and are continuing to push the pair to the top are expectations on the upcoming ECB meeting. On the one hand, the currency rate faces two notable resistance levels near 1.1835 and 1.1850. The first one represents an upper trend-line of an alleged descending triangle, while the second one represents an upper boundary of a large descending channel. However, if the central bankers’ meeting produces a decision about cutback of the quantitative easing program the Euro might easily break through these barriers and reach the 1.1900 mark.